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96 Ma'ake Kemoeatu NT
Height/Weight: 6-5/345 | Birthdate: 1/10/1979 | Birthplace: Tonga | Team: Baltimore | College: Utah | NFL Experience: 11 | Salary:   | Owned/Started%: 0/0

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Kemoeatu joins the Ravens


(5/3/2012) The Ravens and nose tackle Ma'ake Kemoeatu agreed to a one-year deal. Kemoeatu, 33, began his career with the Ravens but did not play in the NFL last season due to Achilles' and knee injuries. "Maake will be given an opportunity to make our 53-man roster, and if he does, he will provide added depth on our D-line and help our ability to stop the run," general manager Ozzie Newsome said Wednesday according to The Sports Xchange.

Kemoeatu placed on IR


(12/22/2010) Redskins DL Maake Kemoeatu was placed on injured reserve Wednesday with an undisclosed injury.

Kemoeatu holding his own


(8/18/2010) Washington Redskins defensive tackle Ma'ake Kemoeatu has played an ancillary role in the Albert Haynesworth saga at training camp - Kemoeatu is the player holding down the starting nose tackle job while Haynesworth toils with the backups. After missing the entire 2009 season with a torn right Achilles' tendon, Kemoeatu has worked his weight down from a peak of 400 pounds to a somewhat viable 350 or so and is trying again to be the inside force that helped him anchor lines in Baltimore and Carolina. "I'm not going to get back to that weight again," Kemoeatu said. "It was just unhealthy. Playing in the NFL, you've got to be professional about it. Not just working out, but about eating, staying healthy and all that."

Redskins sign NT Kemoeatu


(3/10/2010) Free-agent nose tackle Maake Kemoeatu signed a two-year, $6.975 million contract with the Redskins on Wednesday. The 6-foot-5, 345-pound Kemoeatu spent last season on injured reserve with the Carolina Panthers after tearing his Achilles' tendon in training camp. His agent, Ken Vierra, said in a telephone interview that the tendon is "structurally sound" and Kemoeatu is able to walk and jog but not run yet. The Redskins are expected to shift from a 4-3 alignment to a 3-4 under new defensive coordinator Jim Haslett, and Kemoeatu's presence could allow tackle Albert Haynesworth to move outside.

Kemoeatu officially on IR


(8/5/2009) The Carolina Panthers have placed starting defensive tackle Maake Kemoeatu on injured reserve, ending his season the same day he underwent surgery on his torn right Achilles' tendon. Kemoeatu was injured minutes into Carolina's first training camp practice Monday. Kemoeatu said Tuesday he was holding out hope of returning for the last month of the season, but the Panthers likely couldn't hold a roster spot that long.

Kemoeatu likely done for season


(8/3/2009) Carolina Panthers starting defensive tackle Maake Kemoeatu is likely lost for the season due to a torn right Achilles' tendon. Kemoeatu was injured minutes into the Panthers' opening training-camp practice Monday while running during a position drill. He was carted to the locker room, then taken to Charlotte, where the tear was discovered. Panthers general manager Marty Hurney said they have yet to determine if they will place Kemoeatu on injured reserve. Recovery time from that injury is several months.

Kemoeatu rolls ankle in practice


(8/3/2009) Panthers starting defensive tackle Maake Kemoeatu suffered an ankle injury Monday in the team's opening training-camp workout. Kemoeatu rolled his right ankle while running early in the practice and was carted to the locker room. Coach John Fox said he was to meet with doctors later Monday. The Panthers' lack of depth at defensive tackle left undrafted rookie Marlon Favorite practicing in Kemoeatu's spot with the starters. "(Favorite) is a neat young man who gives you everything he's got," Fox said. "We saw that out of college."

Panthers DTs in flux


(12/24/2008) The Panthers were without both starting defensive tackles at practice Wednesday, ahead of their regular-season finale against the league's top offense. Maake Kemoeatu, who missed last Sunday's loss to the Giants with a sprained right ankle, rode a stationary bike during the workout. Damione Lewis, who injured his shoulder against the Giants, also sat out. That could leave the Panthers with Darwin Walker and rookie Nick Hayden as the starters against high-scoring New Orleans in a game Carolina needs to win to secure the No. 2 seed in the NFC and a first-round bye in the playoffs. "They weren't able to practice today and we'll see what tomorrow brings," coach John Fox said. "Neither one of them are out for an extended time. It's just a matter of getting them ready. When the medical people clear them, they'll play."

Panthers re-shuffle defensive tackles


(12/23/2008) The Carolina Panthers have placed defensive tackle Gary Gibson on injured reserve with a hand injury, further depleting the most banged-up position on the team. The Panthers filled the roster spot Tuesday by signing J'Vonne Parker, who had been on Atlanta's practice squad. The 6-foot-4, 325-pound Parker has appeared in 11 games with Cleveland, Dallas and Baltimore since 2005. Gibson backed up Maake Kemoeatu and Damione Lewis, and saw action in Sunday's loss to the New York Giants before injuring his hand. Kemoeatu didn't play because of a sprained right ankle, and Lewis was sidelined in the fourth quarter with a shoulder injury. The injuries helped the Giants rush for 301 yards.

Panthers list Week 16 inactives


(12/21/2008) The Panthers inactives for Week 17 at the Giants include QB Matt Moore (3rd), WR D.J. Hackett, CB C.J. Wilson, LB Adam Seward, DE Hilee Taylor, WR Kenneth Moore and DT Maake Kemoeatu.

Kemoeatu questionable for Sunday


(12/19/2008) Defensive tackle Maake Kemoeatu missed practice Wednesday and Thursday with a sprained right ankle but did practice on a limited basis on Friday in hopes of playing against the Giants in Week 16. A key to Carolina's run defense, Kemoeatu's absence would hurt as the Panthers face the run-oriented Giants with the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs at stake. "We've got guys on the team we feel good about that have played a lot of football all season long," coach John Fox said Wednesday. "It's not like Maake or anybody out there plays every play. We've got guys out there that have made great contributions and we'll expect the same thing this week against New York." Fox, always secretive on injuries, would only say that Kemoeatu is day to day. If he can't play, veteran Darwin Walker could get the start.

Panthers down a DT for Week 16?


(12/17/2008) Defensive tackle Maake Kemoeatu missed practice Wednesday with a sprained right ankle, making it possible a Panthers defensive starter will miss a game for the first time this season. All 11 defenders have started all 14 games, but Kemoeatu was seen on crutches on wearing a protective boot on Monday. A key to Carolina's run defense, Kemoeatu's absence would hurt as the Panthers face the run-oriented Giants with the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs at stake. "We've got guys on the team we feel good about that have played a lot of football all season long," coach John Fox said. "It's not like Maake or anybody out there plays every play. We've got guys out there that have made great contributions and we'll expect the same thing this week against New York." Fox, always secretive on injuries, would only say that Kemoeatu is day to day. If he can't play, veteran Darwin Walker could get the start.

Kemoeatu leaves with ankle injury


(12/14/2008) Panthers DL Maake Kemoeatu (ankle) left in the third quarter Week 14 against the Broncos. He recorded only one solo tackle in the game.

Panthers defenders chip in


(10/14/2007) DB Chris Gamble (three tackles), DL Maaku Kemoeatu (three tackles), DL Damione Lewis (three tackles, half a sack), LB Thomas Davis (two tackles), DB Richard Marshall (two tackles), LB Na'il Diggs (two tackles), DL Mike Rucker (two tackles) and DB Chris Harris (two tackles) all chipped in as the Panthers held off the Cardinals 25-10 in Week 6.


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